The Changing Colors of Your Sky

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The Changing Colors of Your Sky by Joel F. – joysofjoel.wordpress.com

I saw this photo on my friend Steph’s  facebook page …in  a split second I asked her if I  can steal it.  Well, that’s hyperbole but truthfully, this wonderful scenery  stole my heart away. So i make a colorful collage  out of  that photo as i glanced at that  beautiful scenery , an inspiration to create a wonderful poetry.

As she was driving on Vancouver highway on a beautiful Sunday morning, this scene didn’t escape her sight.  Well, she instantly grab her phone and captured  this scene.

Beautiful.  How a simple photo can change someone’s day.  It made her stop and made me smile.  Life is beautiful . We just have to appreciate it.

Driving on life’s busy highway,  obstructions sometimes give in.  Preoccupied with so many things to do, so many goals to achieve and dreams to fulfill,  we forgot to see the sky and just view the road within.

The changing colors of your sky depending on the season of your life.  Sometimes nature brings out its natural colors but most of the time it changes depending on the bifocals of your sights..

The sky being blue when your heart is in raging red.  The pastel colors that you see when someone tickles you with pink.  Or is it being green  when you remember that incident on that cold mountain spring?

The northern lights that never cease to amaze you,  just like that love that always puzzles you.

The hues you’ll never knew unless you’ve got the courage to try something new.

So what is the color of your sky?  Your favorite color that you’ll always see , as you paint it the way you see it.

 

Kindly Click This and Read  The Blue Sky and Your Smoky Eyes.  Thanks.

 

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8 thoughts on “The Changing Colors of Your Sky

  1. When I was a child, I never thought much about color. Recently, though, I’ve been reading quite a lot about color-blindness. It made me realize how much I enjoy being able to see color. I can’t imagine, say, eating an apple that was grey. Half the joy (okay a quarter of the joy) is in the apearance.

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